Month: August 2022

AtData and Inbox Monster Partner to Empower Email Marketers

The partnership highlights the capabilities of AtData’s premier Email Verification solution and Inbox Monster’s comprehensive deliverability monitoring platform. 

NEWTON, Mass., July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AtData, a technology company specializing in first-party data-driven email solutions, and Inbox Monster, an email deliverability monitoring platform, announce a new partnership that provides email marketers a comprehensive suite of solutions to help reach

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Start your programming journey with basic HTML and CSS

Learn how to utilize the latest versions of HTML and CSS to build sleek, professional websites from scratch.

Since the dawn of the internet, basic HTML has been a prerequisite for anybody trying to build a webpage. Even if you’re not working in a technical position, having an understanding of HTML can help you better contribute to websites, format content

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How Spike increases productivity with its conversational

While digital transformation is accelerating rapidly, enterprises are still facing challenges like siloed communication, which often makes collaborative team efforts nearly impossible. A 2019 report by Forrester revealed that while marketing and business intelligence teams often communicate, the two groups aren’t doing so effectively because they are both often siloed. That report was three years ago, but not much has

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Starting a Business During a Crisis? Ask Yourself These

By Blair Williams, the founder of the WordPress membership plugin MemberPress and affiliate program plugin Easy Affiliate.

During times of crisis, like the pandemic we’re currently going through, it becomes critical to think carefully before starting a business. 

And even in more stable times, you still need to have clear plans, projections for the future and strategies to deal with

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Lady Lake commissioners still split over social media and

Lady Lake commissioners remain divided after hearing details about a plan to put the town on Facebook and livestream its meetings.

Three of the five members support the creation of a communications office to boost Lady Lake’s online presence through social media, livestreaming and a more robust website. The other two were not persuaded by a presentation given by John

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